The Aam Aadmi Party Sunday said its convenor and Delhi Chief Minister\u00a0Arvind Kejriwal will not be contesting from Varanasi in the coming Lok Sabha elections, but the party will field a\u00a0strong candidate for the seat. "Kejriwal will not contest the Lok Sabha polls, as he\u00a0wants to give special focus to his state. The AAP will contest on all the Lok Sabha seats in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana\u00a0and Goa. The party will contest on some seats in UP, and final modalities will be worked out by February. Apart\u00a0from Varanai, the party will contest from seats in eastern and western UP, where the organisation is strong,"\u00a0AAP spokesperson and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh told PTI on phone. Singh said in Delhi his party is working on education, health, farmers, power and providing\u00a0drinking water. "If we foray into national politics, then our issues will be education for all, free education to\u00a0economically weaker sections of the society, ending unemployment and implementing the recommendations of\u00a0the Swaminathan Commission," Singh said. Also read|Kumbh Mela 2019: Yogi government to set up virtual reality kiosks \u2013 How to watch Aarti, Shahi Snan in 3D format On a recent statement made by Kejriwal to not vote for the Congress in the coming Lok\u00a0Sabha elections, Singh said, "Kejriwal was quoted out of context. He had said that in a meeting in the national\u00a0capital that if you want to defeat the BJP, then do not waste your vote by casting it in favour of the Congress. His\u00a0statement was in the context of Delhi, from where the AAP is contesting on all the seats."